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goose

noun uk   /ɡuːs/ ( plural geese ) us  

goose noun (BIRD)

[C or U] a large water bird similar to a duck but larger, or the meat from this bird Note: The female bird is called a goose and the male bird is called a gander.

goose noun (PERSON)

[C] old-fashioned informal a silly person

goose

verb [T] uk   /ɡuːs/ us  

goose verb [T] (TOUCH)

informal to press or take hold of someone's bottom

goose verb [T] (MAKE ACTIVE)

US informal to encourage or cause something or someone to be more active
Traducciones de “goose”
en coreano 거위…
en árabe إوَزّة…
en francés oie…
en turco kaz…
en italiano oca…
en chino (tradicionál) 禽, 鵝…
en ruso гусь…
en polaco gęś…
en español ganso…
en portugués ganso…
en alemán die Gans…
en catalán oca…
en japonés ガチョウ, ガン…
en chino (simplificado) 禽, 鹅…
(Definition of goose from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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